Los Olivos Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... So there is a closeness that comes from the shear volume of bodies too.
Our time here has really been special as a family. Though difficult at times living in such tight quarters, I feel we are much closer. Finally heard about tonight how the kids have had a couple of big spats where someone hit someone else. They dealt with it themselves and until a spat tonight we never heard about it. They are missing their friends, but they are missing ...
... The site is located on a low mountainous range rising above the plain in the central section of the Valley of Oaxaca ...
... the pyramids behind we walked to the neighboring village of St. Martin where we met three beautiful families. We sampled our 1st taste of pulque which is the milky, alcoholic juice from the agave (sometimes called cactus or maguey). It tasted a little like cider. We were shown the many practical uses of the cactus including a needle and thread to paper and a hunting tool. We sampled many jams, liquors and salsa's made from ...
Waking up to an alarm on holidays feels a little bit too much like going to work, especially if you know you're going to be traveling on a bus for 11 hours. We had to be up and in having breakfast when the restaurant opened at 8am, with all our bags packed ready to leave by 8.45. Once we had our breakfast I got Blanco to call a cab, we had become pretty good friends, she seemed to like us and we definitely liked her, when we left in the taxi we gave her a ...
... the castillo was lit, I did the following: I ate street food; I hung out by carnival booths with friends and watched kids wielding unattached bb guns try to knock down targets to keep cheesy music playing; I went over to Andy and Blanca’s house to have some quiet conversation; I tapped my toe along with two big, loud bands; I watched and plugged my ears while dozens and dozens of people, one after another, danced around with ...